The way ACB is getting important clues through WhatsApp chats in the drug case related to Susanta Singh Rajput’s death and the big stars of Bollywood are coming under investigation, he has once again debated the confidentiality of WhatsApp messages. Brought to the center. WhatsApp has released its statement amid privacy concerns over alleged leaks of WhatsApp chats and users’ conversations. WhatsApp said on Friday that messages sent through its platform can be encrypted (encrypted) and only those who send and receive messages can read it.
A WhatsApp spokesperson said, “The company keeps your message secure and encrypted so that only you and the person you sent it can read it.” No one, including WhatsApp, can read it. The statement came amid allegations of payment and concerns about the privacy of conversations between WhatsApp users about them.
The spokesman added that people connect to WhatsApp using only phone numbers and do not have access to messages from companies owned by Facebook. “The WhatsApp operating system follows the manufacturer’s guidelines on device storage. We encourage people to take advantage of all the security features, including passwords or biometric IDs, from the operating system.
Significantly, in the case of Sushant Singh Drugs, most of the Bollywood stars have come on the NCB’s radar because of their WhatsApp chats. The NCB also had a WhatsApp chat with Deepika Padukone, which mentioned drugs. In this context, Deepika has been called to the NCB office today, where she is being questioned. Apart from Deepika, Sara Ali Khan and Shraddha Kapoor will also be questioned today.